Cazenovia Seminary
Class of '25
Senior Class Notables

Cazenovia Seminary - 1925 Yearbook
Senior Class of '25

MARY BOLAND, Cazenovia,  N. Y.
       President Eromathean
    Mary's always ready for a good time and she certainly has a self-starter in work or in play. Her ready smile and her willingness to help make her a friend of everyone, and we all value her friendship. Always busy with something, she is one of the livliest girls in the Sem. Good luck, Mary, and "au revoir".
MALCOM BOUTON, Fultonville, N.Y.
       Track '25
       School Orchestra.
    "Mal" is as good a friend as anyone could wish. Always ready for a good time and capable of adding fun and pep to any group. He came into our midst and soon won the friendship of us all. He became quite a favorite with the girls much to the disgust of some of the fellows whose position was unstable. Girls, you have our sympathy when parting time comes.
     To add to his favor he was a splendid student and did his work well and faithfully. Being able to toot a horn he won a place in the orchestra. In him Lyceum has a man of whom she can be proud.
     Old Pal, in choosing a medical career for your life work you have picked a hard and difficult course, but we know you can do it. When you leave you take our best wishes with you.
ALICE BOYD, Syracuse,  N. Y.
       Senior Play--"Cheer Up, Chad",
   Once this little sprite has danced across your way you will love her always.
     Alice may be small, but just remember "Best goods always come in small packages." She is always bright and cheerful. Alice has brought much cheer to those around her and has done her share in making living at the Girls' Senior House a delightful undertaking. May you always have the best of luck, Alice.

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Contributed by Julia Gillett Hendrick.
Transcribed by Anita M. Ingalls.
January 20, 2004

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